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International Conference on the Chemistry of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts

Activity by Lisa Fearn   |   added on Nov 05, 2010   |   United Kingdom Official_iyc_logo

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The International Conference on the Chemistry of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov

The International Conference on the Chemistry of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov will be held in Oxford at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford on September 4th-8th 2011.

Topics To be Discussed


Chemical Aspects of Glass Structure
Chemical Nanoheterogeneity in Single-Phase Multi-Component Glasses
Thermodynamics of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts
Optical Basicity
Phase Separation and Crystallisation
Porous Glasses
Coloured Glasses
Rare Earth and Transition Metals in Glasses
Industrial Glass Chemistry
Batch Reactions and Glass Formation
Ancient Glass Compositions
Chemical Analysis of Glasses
Chemical Durability and Crizzling
Corrosion of Glass Surfaces
Water in Glass
Gases in Glass
Waste Vitrification Chemistry

Timetable

Second Announcement and Call for Papers: September 2010.
Abstract deadline: January 31st 2011.
Early-Bird Registration deadline: July 1st 2011.

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE


Chair:Adrian C. Wright (UK)
Honorary Co Chair: Academician Genadij F. Tereschenko (Russia)
Co Chair:Natalia M. Vedishcheva (Russia)
Members: 
Reinhard Conradt (Germany)
Giuseppe Dalba (Italy)
Yanko B. Dimitriev (Bulgaria)
Doris Ehrt (Germany)
Diane Holland (UK)
Stuart Jamieson (UK)
Kaj Karlsson (Finland)
Dedo von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk (Germany)
George Kordas (Greece)
James Marra (USA)
David Martlew (UK)
Tatiana M. Moiseeva (Russia)
John M. Parker (UK)
L. David Pye (USA)

http://www.lomonosov2011.sgthome.co.uk/
Topic: conferences, celebrating chemistry, networking, chemistry education, workshops Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, professors, universities, post graduate students, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions
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